Imagine shooting up to the top of the search engine ranking page on Google. After a few days, you suddenly find your website crashing down to the eighth page on Google due to a massive ranking penalty. It’s a nightmare scenario for any business that relies on their online presence to attract customers—a nightmare that many businesses experience. We do our best to make sure this is a headache you never have to experience.
MTC Internet Services is committed to providing our clients with exceptional and sustainable results. We achieve this goal through our website audit services. A website audit is an in-depth review of you overall digital marketing campaign. Website audit reports can help identify weak points in your campaign, allowing us to improve your campaigns on the fly and avoid ranking penalties. Similarly, audits can also help us find out the strengths of your campaign, allowing us to help you maximise your ROI.
Why Do Ranking Penalties Happen?
Google, in line with their commitment to provide web users with high-quality search results, regularly tweaks their search algorithms. This is called an algorithm update. In most cases, algorithm updates are minor. There are times, however, when major updates roll out and mark certain digital marketing methods as spam (e.g. article banks). In such cases, websites using these methods are hit with a ranking penalty.
Our website audit service is also designed to help keep your campaign well within Google’s good graces. This minimises the chances of being hit with a ranking penalty, saving you the time, energy, and resources necessary to recover from a penalty. While your competitors are busy recovering from their penalty, your campaign keeps on chugging and enjoying the benefits of a comprehensive digital marketing strategy.
How Can We Help You Today?
Stay ahead of the competition! If you would like to learn more about our website audit services, please do not hesitate to call +44 203 086 8000 to schedule a FREE consultation with a member of our team. You may also send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org.